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Tasting Minnesota Cookbook

Over a year ago, I was asked by food stylist Betsy Nelson AKA “That Food Girl” to contribute a couple of recipes to a cookbook project she was putting together with her husband, photographer and…
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FALL: Porchetta Chops with Potato Chestnut Dressing

As you can see in the picture, this dish recently went out in a delivery for Bonicelli Fresh Meal Delivery.  I thought I’d share the recipe with you. Porchetta was our family’s usual Holiday roast…
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Coming in October

It has been an AMAZING summer!  Thank you to everyone who came in and visited us in the garden. We LOVED seeing and talking with you!  We were able to get our systems in place, train…
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Almost a year later, and a few blocks away

2015 was such a crazy year! It started with the idea of Bonicelli Kitchen taking shape, followed shortly by a successful Kickstarter campaign, licensing approvals, we were ready to go! As you know the rest of 2015 didn’t…
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More on Bonicelli Kitchen

As most of you already know, we released a statement earlier this week explaining exactly what was happening with Bonicelli Kitchen. Shortly after the statement was posted we began to receive countless words of encouragement…
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To our Friends and Supporters

  To our friends & supporters, We would like to begin by thanking you from the bottom of our hearts for not only believing in us, but helping us bring Bonicelli Kitchen to life! Our…
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Farmers Market 101!

Farmers market season is here! At Bonicelli we buy every ingredient we can from the Minneapolis Farmers Market, and I (Alex) asked chef/owner Laura Bonicelli why she preferred shopping at a farmers market. The answers…
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Post Kickstarter Activity!

I had two goals for our Kickstarter campaign.  They were equal in priority because both were, and are, necessary for our success.  Goal one was short term: raise the necessary funds to open the doors…
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Positano 2008 – My Food Philosophy

This is a picture of me in 2008 walking the streets (steps) of Positano, Italy. This is the trip I was on when  I decided to start my food business.  In this part of the…
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Holiday Recipe Ideas: Petit Fours

Petit Fours are small cakes.  The name literally translates to “small oven” which refers to the manner in which they were prepared in the 18th century when they originated in France. They were baked in…
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